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Bob Bristol

Once more resources have been discovered, all we, westerners, need are presidents that can give us the go ahead to exploit them to our satisfaction. Biya fits perfectly in that shoe. To hell with Africa.

Chief  Ayuk  Arrey

The Beautiful Ones are not yet born. When those people ones will be born, we will overthrow all "Oppressive Forces" in Cameroon and Africa. We will attack all foreign military bases and chased them away. Then we will declare the Full Independence of Cameroon and Africa.

It's a shamed to Cameroon and other African states regimes that Foreign nations are the ones to developed African nations.
Isn't it the duty of a Gov't to built bridges, tar roads, built schools, e.t.c.

The only thing the Biya regime is proud to have done is to change the Constitution so that he may rule for life. Built a clinic in Berlin with Cameroon tax payers money, enriched the Paris and Swiss Banks while our own banks have crumbled.

50 years of Independence my foot.It has now changed from Re-unification to Independence.
Who granted Biya Independence on the 20th of may?
La Republique whether you like it or not, your conscience will keep on hunting you, you are an Occupier.

donhills

America and its Americanism. That's all I can deduce from this message. Fortunately enough our African brother backed out and let Hillary play the fool, yeah i didn’t expect her to mention historic facts beyond the 80s..Its a 50years issue babes not a yesterday stuff, so what do you know about all this dilemma Cameroonians are facing.

How can you be appreciating democracy with a monarchical regime filled with all the bullshits you know of. Anyway, maybe that’s a kinda democracy in your world. Economocracy, Investment, and power maneuvers.. Beat it mum, it’s not a religion.

Even Biya will be surprised at your message, he might take it as A joke or say to himself “what’s she up to?”

Macbright

The address is for Biya and his Yaounde team and not for cameroon. Don't you get it?

Runnicky

America will not loose sleep over cameroons problems. Let Cameroonians solve their problems. America is already tied down in 2 wars, plus an economic titanic still hovering. Cameroon cannot be destabilised, hence ma clinton throws in a few words of comfort to prevent cameroonians from taken to the streets and announce another somali, burundi, rwanda etc. Diplomacy the Barack Obama way. I think Africans are better off with republican admins than dems in the USA

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